Dr. Pol Vandevelde
Professor of Philosophy
Klingler College of Arts and Sciences
“Response” to Rudolf Bernet, Husserl Circle, Loyola University Chicago, June 2016.
“Derrida’s Variations on Heidegger: Response to Hakhamanesh Zangeneh and Carolyn Culbertson,” Heidegger Circle, Southern Connecticut, May 2013.
“Heidegger and the Romantics: A Response,” special book session at the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Rochester, NY, October 2012.
“Causality, Facticity, and Freedom,” Response to Hans Pedersen and Raoni Padui, Heidegger Circle, Atlanta, May 2012.
“Is a Formal Ethics of Justification Enough for Morality?” Response to Fr. William Rehg, Conference on “Lonergan, Philosophy, and theology,” Marquette University, March 2012.
“Heidegger’s Performative Thinking in the Beiträge and other Works,” response to Daniella Vallega-Neu, Heidegger Circle, Manhattan, May 2010.
“What counts as Object of Hermeneutical Experience?” Response to Friederike Rese, North American Society for Philosophical Hermeneutics, Seattle, September 2010.
“Aquinas and Gregory the Great on the Sacra Pagina,” Response to Fr. Robert Barron, Wade Chair Conference on Biblical Interpretation, Marquette University, September 2009.
“Why Learning Foreign Languages Makes you Smarter?” Honors Students’ Teacher of the Month, Marquette University, May 2003.
Respondent to: John Jalbert, “Habermas, Fichte and the Question of Technology,” American Catholic Philosophical Association, Los Angeles, CA, March 1996.